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Tourism Melville
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Cycling Trails
Full Wheelchair Access
Hiking Trails
Hiking Trails
Modern Washrooms
The city of Melville is home to two major trails - the Saskatchewan Centennial Walking Trail and the Trans-Canada Trail - open to cyclists, walkers, hikers, joggers and in-line skaters year-round.

The Centennial Walking Trail starts at the city's W end beside the Melville Regional Park Golf Course, Country Club and Curling Club. It then travels E toward the Tourism Information Centre (where you will find washrooms and picnic sites), around the Melville Regional Park and S across a creek before heading NE toward the city's limits. The trail ends at the Melville and District Agri-Park (the city's fair grounds).

The city's portion of the Trans-Canada Trail begins at Montreal St in the city's S end and follows 1st Ave W before heading NE onto Main St. At 9th Ave, the trail turns right where it briefly connects with the Centennial Walking Trail before veering N into the Melville Regional Park and finally NE out of the city's limits.

Motorized vehicles are only allowed on the city streets, they are not permitted on the walking paths of either trail.

Open Year Round

Nearby Attractions

City amenities include: restaurants, accommodations, campground, groceries, service stations, shopping, parks, playgrounds, museums, horseshoe pits, picnic sites, skateboard park, skating and curling rinks, 18 hole golf course, baseball diamonds, swimming pool, tennis courts.

Trail Stats

  • Length : Unknown
  • Difficulty : Beginner
  • Surface : Paved
  • Trailhead GPS : Centennial Walking Trail: 50.9414N, -102.8191W

Trail Activities

  • Hiking
  • Walking
  • Jogging
  • Cycling
  • In-line skating

Additional Trail Information

  • Urban / Suburban
  • Full wheelchair access
  • Parking at trailhead
  • Modern washroom
  • Picnic area
  • Self-guided nature trail